Where to drink near Campo de’ Fiori
Whether it’s an aperitivo or and after dinner drink you’re after, Campo de’ Fiori is filled with great bars for any occasion. Check out our selection.
Via dei Cappellari, 93 (Campo de’ Fiori)
Mon-Sun from 10pm-4am
Sip your way back in time at Campo de’ Fiori’s underground cocktail bar. What used to be an old theatre has transformed itself into one of Rome’s coolest speakeasy bars and cultural associations. Argot gives off warm, friendly vibes steeped in sleek, vintage nostalgia. Those who wish to frequent Argot pay a €10 member’s fee to become an associate, or as the boys put it: their guest. Because that is what Argot is about: feeling relaxed and at home. With unique and enticing cocktails, live music every weekends, events and a quirky, intimate ambience – Argot is the perfect place to step back in time.
Clorofilla Cucina e Distillati
Vicolo delle Grotte, 17 (Campo de’ Fiori)
Tucked away on a quiet side street footsteps from Campo de’ Fiori, Clorofilla is the ultimate place for dinner and late night drinks. Step inside this locale to be immersed in a completely different atmosphere…warm tones, good vibes, bricked walls, a stunning L-shaped bar with over 100 liquors, a cozy and trendy dining area and plants surrounding the whole setting. Browse the cocktail selection – which changes every three months – to be swept off your feet. Each drink is named after a plant… Calendula, Hedera, Artemisia… And every Thursday, don’t miss out on live music with Clorofilla Live: from jazz to blues and karaoke, each week a different musical program awaits you with live performers.
Via dei Barbieri, 23 (Centro Storico)
Daily 8am – 11.30am, 5pm – 1am
Captained by the famed Chef Giorgio Baldari, this wine bar and laboratory’s mission is to only serve top-quality food and drinks. Glance at the menu at you’ll find that each platter is composed of many declinations of a particular product – a journey through its various textures, flavors and stories. The must-try boards? The Boreale – a selection of different types and cuts of salmon – and Caseum, a selection of Italian cheese excellences. To accompany your dishes a small wine list that focuses on a careful and sophisticated research of Italian wines, balanced from north to south, of labels that work in respect of Italian tradition and territory await you.
Via del Pellegrino, 87
Mon 9am – 12am, Tue – Sat 9am-2am
Barnum Café is a relaxing and convivial environment from morning to night. Its interior is furnished with comfortable chairs and sofas, providing a space to linger over one’s coffee and perhaps a book or a laptop as well. Barnum offers homemade baked goods in the morning, and a healthy lunch menu and cocktails at night. Try their bruschette, piled high with fresh vegetables and cheeses.
Jerry Thomas Speakeasy
Vicolo Cellini, 30 (Campo de’ Fiori)
Mon-Sat 10pm-4am, Sun 9pm-3am
Everything inside is 1920s/1930s from the decorations to the bartenders to, more importantly, the drinks. The care in the selection of the best beverage products on the market, meticulous preparation of syrups, infusions, bitters, macerated, cocktails and spirits aged in wood and glass, makes this Speakeasy a benchmark in quality and passion in the world of Mixology. To enter this place we suggest looking up the site, you need a password that changes every month.
Wine Tasting Experience
Via Monserrato, 4 (Campo de’ Fiori)
Wed – Sun at 5.30pm
Indulge in an authentic wine tasting experience in a charming enoteca, footsteps from Campo de’ Fiori. Step inside the boutique wine bar where you will be greeted by your host Patrizia and her sommelier son, Giampaolo. Once you’re seated, let the games begin. Listen as the sommelier takes you on a journey around Italy and its wine production through the tastings of 6 premium wines (sparking, rosè, 2 white wines, 2 red wines) paired with cheeses, salami, cured meats and bread.
Via Monserrato, 46
Mon-Sat 7.30am – 2am, Sun 8.30am – 5pm
Caffé Perù is a classic hangout for the locals around Campo de’ Fiori. The bar also attracts a young, hip and international crowd. Here you can find hearty Roman dishes at lunch and dinner and a welcoming buffet at aperitivo hour to be had alongside a rosy Campari and soda.
Via dei Banchi Vecchi, 14
Mon 6pm – 12am, Tues – Sat 12pm – 12am
Il Goccetto is a little enoteca with a fabulous wine list. As you walk in, note the beautiful old storefront sign reading “Vino Olio” in large lettering. This is a fitting place for a pause after a stroll through the back streets between Campo and the Tevere. Their kitchen serves decadent cheese plates to accompany their many vini.
Achilli al Dom
Via Giulia, 131 (Hotel D.O.M.)
Achilli al Dom (ex The Deer Club) occupies two rooms on either side of the D.O.M. hotel lobby. Inside one room, you can find a very classy liquor bar from which a martini or a whiskey might be a fitting order to then carry into the lounge, lined with silk velvet sofas and overhanging crystal chandeliers.
Via degli Specchi, 6
Daily 12pm – 2am
This spot is the place to go if you’re tired of the endless flow of wine and craving something a little hoppier. With an extensive list of craft beers, Open Baladin has brought pub flavors into the Roman cafè scene. These aren’t limited to their drink menu; they serve creative variations on the classic American burger as well.
Via del Monte della Farina, 38
Open daily, 10am-3pm / 6-11pm
A sweet and authentic surprise amidst all the tourist traffic in the centre of Rome. The tiny space is usually occupied by locals, making it feel as if it were in a quiet pocket of town – it is actually quite easy to miss as it looks like a little alimentari from the outside. Perhaps this is how locals have kept it to themselves for this long.
Piazza Farnese, 50/50a
Walk into Camponeschi’s wine bar during happy hour for an aperitivo in a suggestive atmosphere. Sitting right on Piazza Farnese, in the center of Rome, the Wine Bar Camponeschi, with its independent entrance from the restaurant, will be ready to welcome you for a beautiful aperitivo. Splendid outdoor tables on Piazza Farnese, a very kind staff, great drinks and wine and tasty bites to begin your evening!
Largo dei Fiorentini, 3
Tue – Thurs 7pm – 2am, Fri – Sat 7pm – 4am
Born as a jazz club in the 70s, Music Inn is the only club in Rome that had the privilege of experiencing the epic and explosive free jazz of the 70s and 80s. They hosted legendary musicians such as Chet Baker, Dexter Gordon, Max Roach, Charlie Mingus, Sonnie Rollins, Bill Evans, Ornette Coleman and Elvin Jones. Now Music Inn has transformed into a dynamic Roman salotto, where excellent cocktails, quality food and a diversified musical selection await you.